This section is dedicated to holistic recommended reading websites. Medical and FDA Disclaimer Below.


Researching The Supplements and Vitamins On This Website|
More Resources on Essential Oils and Their Purposes
General Wellness Product Websites We Like
Holistic Healing Writings


Researching The Supplements and Vitamins On This Website:

Mayo Clinic Good list of vitamins and what they do.


University of Maryland Medical Center:

Whenever possible, we include a website along-side the product listed. There are many products where a recommended site is not included mostly because it’s a common product that is easily “googled.” Below are some websites we have found to be appropriate in researching supplements.

  1. IMPORTANT: Look for product uses, drug interactions and general knowledge on the products ONLY. While these sites MAY HAVE up-to-date information on your condition, we are only suggesting these sites for product research.
    Recommended Reading for specific conditions:
    Lyme- Recommended Reading / Resources
    EDS- Resources- Recommended Reading
  2. Do you have allergies or dietary restrictions?
    Don’t forget to check the by-products on your capsules.
  3. Consider Other Sources:
    A lot of these supplements can be sold as herbs. Consider a local certified herbalist to create a specialized concoction tailored to your needs.
    Consider checking out the Tea section. A lot of these supplements can be combined into a single tea.



More resources on Essential Oils and their purposes:

Note: For information on purchasing essential oils check out Purchasing FAQs

Pure inside and out, (simple concise list):

Mercola, (very detailed):

doTerra user:
Coconutkris, Essential Oils- They’re here!!!!,

Young Living Website

doTerra Website

Max, Joseph, Eleven Essential Oils That Help Fight Lyme Disease. [] Oct. 10 2015

Raindrop Messanger Technique: (Lyme disease aromatherapy technique where oils are applied to the spine.)



General Wellness Products Websites We Like:

Nootriment: excellent source for products and research

How to Make a Tincure:



Holistic Healing Writings:

Check out Edgar Cayce:
“Edgar Cayce (pronounced Kay-Cee, 1877-1945) has been called the “sleeping prophet,” the “father of holistic medicine,” and the most documented psychic of the 20th century. For more than 40 years of his adult life, Cayce gave psychic “readings” to thousands of seekers while in an unconscious state, diagnosing illnesses and revealing lives lived in the past and prophecies yet to come.”
-Edgarcayce. org, “Who was Edgar Cayce?”
Edgar Cayce holistic health database:
A.R.E. Association for Research and Enlightenment:
A website devoted to the work of Edgar Cayce
What wikipedia says about Edgar Cayce:



More information on researching and purchasing the products within this website:
Purchasing FAQs

Medical and FDA Disclaimers:

Medical Disclaimer:
Common Sense dictates that the following is now added: Please note that recommended reading and its practicum, product information, physical therapies, and any and all advice presented in this collection is intended for the convenience of the reader. For advice on medical issues you should always consult your local medical practitioner.

FDA Disclaimer:
The products and their practicum shown on this website or discussed in our communications have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Those seeking treatment for a specific disease should consult a qualified physician.

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